National Hockey League

In progress - Winnipeg Jets at Boston Bruins

In progress - Tampa Bay Lightning at New York Islanders

6:00 p.m. - St. Louis Blues at Nashville Predators

7:00 p.m. - Buffalo Sabres at Toronto Maple Leafs

7:30 p.m. - Florida Panthers at Ottawa Senators

7:30 p.m. - Detroit Red Wings at Columbus Blue Jackets

9:00 p.m. - Anaheim Ducks at Calgary Flames

National Basketball Association

Indiana Pacers 82, Memphis Grizzlies 81

New Orleans Hornets 114, Sacramento Kings 105

In progress - Minnesota Timberwolves at Atlanta Hawks

In progress - Houston Rockets at Charlotte Bobcats

In progress - Brooklyn Nets at New York Knicks

4:00 p.m. - Los Angeles Clippers at Golden State Warriors

7:00 p.m. - San Antonio Spurs at Philadelphia 76ers

9:30 p.m. - Los Angeles Lakers at Chicago Bulls

10:00 p.m. - Washington Wizards at Portland Trail Blazers

Top-25 College Basketball

In progress - (21) Cincinnati at (3) Syracuse

7:30 p.m. - Georgetown at (24) Notre Dame

As of 3:35 p.m. (et)


The  NBA will review the sale agreement of the Sacramento Kings to an investor

group  that reportedly intends to relocate the franchise to Seattle. While the

NBA  confirmed that the Maloof brothers have reached an agreement with a group

headed  by  Christopher  Hansen,  there  was no  indication  from  the  league

concerning  multiple reports  from Sunday  that said  the new  ownership group

would  move the  franchise from California's capital to the Pacific Northwest.

Seattle  has been  without an NBA team since the SuperSonics left for Oklahoma

City following the 2007-08 campaign. The Sonics were an expansion franchise in

1967-68.  The  Kings have  been in  Sacramento since  the 1985-86 season after

previously playing in Rochester, Cincinnati and Kansas City.

Cleveland  Cavaliers  center Anderson  Varejao will miss  the remainder of the

season  after the  team revealed Monday that the nine-year pro had developed a

blood  clot in his right lung. Varejao was admitted last week to the Cleveland

Clinic  and is  currently being treated with blood thinners. He will remain on

medication  for approximately  three months, though is expected to make a full

recovery.  Varejao had already been out since mid-December due to a small torn

muscle  in his right leg that required surgery. At the time of the injury, the

6-foot-11  Brazilian was  leading the NBA with an average of 14.4 rebounds per

game in addition to scoring at a career-best 14.1 points-per-game clip.


Roger Federer  and  Andy Murray  remained  dominant and  unheralded  Frenchman

Jeremy Chardy  continued  his  impressive  run,  as the  fourth round  of  the

Australian Open  came to a close Monday.  The second-seeded  Federer notched a

straight-set win  over Canadian slugger Milos Raonic and has yet to lose a set

in his first four matches, while the third-seeded Murray has had a similar run

and on Monday  rolled to  a 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 victory over Frenchman Gilles Simon.

Chardy  followed up  his third-round  upset of  Juan Martin  del Potro  with a

victory  over  Italy's  Andreas  Seppi  and  will  next  face  Murray  in  the

quarterfinals.  Federer  will  meet  seventh-seeded  Jo-Wilfried  Tsonga,  who

prevailed over ninth-seeded Richard Gasquet in a battle of Frenchmen.

Serena  Williams  and Victoria Azarenka  were dominant women's winners Monday.

Williams  made  short work  of Russian Maria  Kirilenko in a  6-2, 6-0 rout to

start  the night session  at Rod Laver Arena, while Azarenka cruised to a 6-1,

6-1  victory over Elena Vesnina. Williams, who has dropped just eight games in

her  first  four matches, will next  face fellow American Sloane Stephens, who

reached  her  first Grand Slam  quarterfinal with  a hard-fought 6-1, 3-6, 7-5

victory over Serbia's Bojana Jovanovski. Azarenka's quarterfinal opponent will

be  Russian veteran  Svetlana Kuznetsova, a two-time major champ who outlasted

former  world No.  1  and 10th-seeded  Caroline Wozniacki,  6-2,  2-6, 7-5  on



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